so…how’s third term?
Basically, Im used in mixed media….
anyway, here’s what i “did” for the past few weeks. Too bad I dont have some of my plates. :)) hahaha atleast I tried :3
We need actors on some of the days on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday for our 5-minute short film!
If you or you know someone who matches or can take the role to at to one of these characters, please let me know:
1. Male, 18-23 yrs old, can do serious and/or professional acting. The actor will take the lead role.
2. Female, 16-23 years old, can do basic acting. (Leading lady)
3. Child actor, male, 8-12, can do serious acting. (Supporting character)
4. Male, 25-mid 30s, can do basic acting (cameo).
5. Female, 25-mid 30s, can do basic acting (cameo).
No auditions. :)
Thank you so much! You can contact me on my phone number, 0906655886 or here (just message me!) :)
Thanks! And if you will reblog this, I will definitely appreciate it. :)
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